Real Estate/Home & Garden

Jenny August 19, 2014

The Anaheim City Council tonight approved a resolution to implement four mandatory water conservation measures, in compliance with the State Water Resources Control Board’s emergency drought regulations. With a focus on outdoor water conservation, the following actions are now prohibited: •Watering of outdoor landscapes or turf that cause excess runoff •Using a hose to wash […]

Jenny July 29, 2014

by Vickie Vértiz Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill on Monday, July 24, that protects Californians who do not water their lawns during a drought from incurring fees from homeowner associations in cities such as Anaheim. The bill, AB 2100, forbids homeowner associations from imposing additional fines on people who stop watering their lawns to […]

admin May 28, 2014

In February HGTV’s “Designers Showcase” staff contacted an Arcadia designer and asked him to do an interview on HGTV’s website. They explained the goal of the website is “To help our audience understand how we (the designer) created spaces that are functional as well as fabulous while speaking to the details that define the space”. […]

admin November 22, 2013

The Colorado Street Bridge – iconic landmark, connecting thoroughfare, engineering marvel, artistic inspiration, preservation model, and film star – is the focus of a new exhibition at Pasadena Museum of History in commemoration of the grand structure’s 100th anniversary. The Colorado Street Bridge Centennial Exhibition is on view in the Ralph M. Parsons Foundation Gallery […]

admin May 20, 2013

Internationally known trumpetist David Longoria will lend his musical talents for Duarte High School Jazz Band and Concert Band’s fundraising Spring Concert Friday, May 31, at the Duarte Performing Arts Center. Longoria, who earned numerous prestigious awards, performed on tracks that created a wall full of gold records, and headlined at auditoriums, amphitheatres, and concert […]

admin March 12, 2013

Although the vine wasn’t quite ready to meet the local press Monday for ‘Media Day’, the weather forecast seems to indicate that the purple blooms will be ready in time for this Sunday’s annual homage to a vine that garnered the Guinness Book of Record’s attention some years ago. In addition to the gargantuan vine, […]

admin January 8, 2013

January 10 Edible Landscaping in Southern California with Kelly Coyne and Erik Knutzen From small balcony to big suburban yard, every gardener can shorten the gap between farm and table. This innovative session shows how to integrate edibles and medicinal plants into a landscape, with a focus on perennials, fruit trees and useful, low-care natives […]